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  • Development of iOS and Android Enterprise Apps Possible with Liferay Screens

    Development of iOS and Android Enterprise Apps Possible with Liferay Screens

    Companies can create consistent and integrated experiences across web and mobile channels

    Liferay, Inc. announced the availability of Liferay Screens to help companies develop native apps for the iOS and Android platforms. Liferay is a leading provider of enterprise open source portal software products, servicing Fortune 500 companies worldwide. With Liferay Screens, organizations can easily extend the reach of their websites, portals, and intranets to mobile devices, and maintain a consistent experience for its users across all channels.

    In recent years, Liferay has focused efforts of providing companies the ability to save time and money by making it easier for mobile apps to reuse core data and services. Liferay Screens is part of Liferay’s larger push to provide a mobile platform for companies developing several native apps across business units. The platform also ensures that users encounter consistent data and processes—such as registration, login, activity history, or documents—regardless of which interfaces they use to interact with the company.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: May 26, 2015

  • Does Cloud Computing Take Away Too Much Control?

    Does Cloud Computing Take Away Too Much Control?

    It’s not easy to ignore the hype surrounding the cloud. Businesses all over the world are coming to realize that cloud computing offers numerous advantages, from more productivity and capabilities to lower costs. These benefits have lead to the growth of a wide variety of cloud providers, each offering its own unique take on services and products. The result has been a groundswell of support as organizations of all types look to the cloud for solutions to common and complex business problems. Research from Verizon shows that nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of all companies are using some form of the cloud, and that number is only increasing. But as more and more organizations adopt cloud computing, a stern reality is also settling in -- to fully utilize the cloud, one must give up a significant degree of control. With so many businesses now employing the cloud in various ways, have we reached the point where we are giving up too much control?

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted: May 20, 2015

  • SDL Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of the SDL Foundation

    Anniversary Honors SDL's Support for Sustainable Development Projects Across 28 Countries

    Wakefield, MA - May 19, 2015 - SDL (LSE: SDL) today announced the five-year anniversary of the SDL Foundation, which provides support for sustainable, structural development that improves the quality of life for disadvantaged communities around the globe. Honoring its five-years, SDL is recognizing the successful completion of 80 projects across 28 countries and the commitment of its employees across the globe in supporting SDL's Corporate Social Responsibility efforts.

    By RealWire
    Posted: May 19, 2015

  • Hippo Debuts Content Performance Platform and Launches Hippo CMS 10

    Hippo Debuts Content Performance Platform and Launches Hippo CMS 10

    “This release transforms the CMS into a data-driven intelligent marketing technology that measures real-time content performance against the online goals of the enterprise – attracting visitors, improving engagement and increasing conversion.”

    By jmadej
    Posted: May 19, 2015

  • 3 Ways Big Data Will Positively Affect Businesses

    3 Ways Big Data Will Positively Affect Businesses

    Big Data continues to attract a passionate amount of attention among consumers, media, and businesses. It also attracts intense attention among analytics, digital channels, and cloud based technologies. All these are attributable to the current technology megatrends. Big Data has enabled managers to measure and know more about their businesses. It enables business owners to improve their decision-making and performance. Big Data has the potential of transforming both traditional and current businesses as well.

    Big Data can significantly affect internet search results, finance markets, and business informatics. Yes, that is how powerful it is. For sure, Big data is the next big thing in the technology field. It will not only promote business growth, but it will also help companies to outperform each other.

    By CMS Report
    Posted: May 18, 2015

  • Direct Meets Digital: How Direct Marketing Has Evolved With Technology

    Direct Meets Digital: How Direct Marketing Has Evolved With Technology

    Direct marketing has gone through a number of transformations over the years.

    And while certain aspects have changed, strategically driven direct marketing is still as viable as ever in helping businesses attract today’s discriminating customers and meet their high demands.

    With the advancement of technology---in particular the Internet, Social Media, smartphones and other mobile devices---direct marketing has taken on a digital component. As a result, marketers can focus less on appealing to the masses and more on modeling and optimizing advertising to target individual prospects and customers. Here’s a look at some of the ways that direct marketing has evolved with technology.

    By Jared Jaureguy
    Posted: May 14, 2015

  • Proper Data Insights Need Tools and Talent

    Proper Data Insights Need Tools and Talent

    Contrary to popular belief, the big data process isn’t a funnel. For whatever reason, we’ve come to think the more information we dump in from the top, the more actionable, quality insights will come out through the bottom. That just isn’t the case. We’re creating more data every day than any other point in history, but not all of this information is a golden opportunity. Most of it’s just noise. The real key to success is being able to navigate through the clutter and determine what pieces of information are pertinent.  

    By Jonathan Buckley
    Posted: May 14, 2015

  • SDL Unveils Next Gen Machine Translation Technology

    SDL (LSE: SDL) today introduced the next generation of machine translation technology – XMT, a core component of the Language pillar within SDL’s Customer Experience Cloud.

    By RealWire
    Posted: May 13, 2015

  • Perforce Adds Unity 5 Integration with Updated P4Connect Plugin

    Perforce Helix and Unity 5 Offer Indie Developers and Students Free Access to the Next-Generation Development Tool Combo

    Key Points:

    * P4Connect integrates Perforce Helix with Unity 5 for cross-platform version control and protection of game assets

    * Updated P4Connect plugin brings performance enhancements, simplified setup and configuration, full 64-bit support and more

    * Perforce Helix is free for up to 20 users and open-sourced P4Connect is available free of charge

    By RealWire
    Posted: May 12, 2015

  • Periscope, a McKinsey Solution, Named as a 'Cool Vendor'

    Periscope™, a McKinsey Solution, focused on commercial performance optimization, including price, promotion, assortment and category optimization, today announced that it has been listed as a ‘Cool Vendor’ in Gartner’s “Cool Vendors in Consumer Goods Manufacturing, 2015” report.

    By RealWire
    Posted: May 12, 2015

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